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I recently upgraded civicrm from 4.7.16 to 4.7.20 (on Drupal 7.56).

Now, when I use a Contribtion Page to make a payment, I get the following message : "Stripe.js token was not passed! Report this message to the site administrator." (tested on different existing Contribution Pages with same result).

I already had this same message in the past, for webform embedded payments (see Stripe.js token was not passed! (using Webform Integration)), but it was solved by a fix (https://github.com/drastik/com.drastikbydesign.stripe/pull/159/files).

But this time, the problem happens on simple Contribution Pages (which previously worked).

To be complete, since this upgrade, I have had an other problem on webform embedded payments (submitted here : Stripe extension fails with a new account (civi 4.7.20)) :

  • old webforms continue to work properly (I don't have this stripe.js message and the payments succeed) (but for how long ?)
  • new webforms based upon new stripe Accounts send the payment to an other (existing) account.

May be both problems are linked ?

FYI, I use Stripe Extension 4.7.1 and I am not a programmer

Too late for me to go back to 4.7.16, any help is very very welcome and urgent.

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Please upgrade to the current github 4.7-dev version. Lots of work went into eliminating "Stripe.js token not passed!" errors that can for a variety of reasons. Jacques-Marie, you can reap the benefits of this labor by upgrading.

You already posted the url, but this is it:

https://github.com/drastik/com.drastikbydesign.stripe

  • can you clarify why by eg pointing to the fix? oh do you mean stripe 4.7-dev maybe? and/or provide the link. currently this answer is flagged as 'low quality' – petednz - fuzion Jul 7 '17 at 22:39
  • I have just upgraded to 4.7.dev, and everything works OK now ; Thank you – Jacques-Marie Moranne Jul 8 '17 at 18:56
  • You're welcome! – Peter_ Jul 9 '17 at 2:10
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Matt Wire has a fork for CiviCRM 5.x here: https://github.com/mattwire/com.drastikbydesign.stripe

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